About this Project:
This project addresses the importance of communication. During the global pandemic when we all found it through to feel a true sense of connection when everything was done virtually, communicating with the ones we care for was what kept most of us going. However, there were some people who were unable to find that special person that they could communicate with. This is an app that allows you to meet people who may have gone through similar experiences as you and provides an outlet to express your feelings without being constrained. Along with this, although this is an app for all, this app specifically targets the deaf community, hence the name HEAR4U because we are an app that provides aid to deaf people by essentially hearing for them and being hear for them
We came up with this idea because when we were thinking we thought of the disabled people and came up with an idea of creating an app for the people that are having trouble in their life. So we thought that maybe this app would help them to solve their problem. Such as with this app they can communicate among people.
This project works as an app where you can set it in your phone, or even in apple watch to help communicate with others that are disables or anyone.
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Sylvester Jackson is a motivational speaker, consultant, and film maker who values dedication, service and excellence. Sylvester brings unique perspectives gained from his life experience and creative career in technology, film making and photography, sharing with you how all of us are under evaluating our untapped potential Using real-world examples, Sylvester sheds light on how the invaluable talent each person brings to your organization can positively impact your mission.
Chloe is a New York-based UX designer with over ten years of experience in diverse industries, such as Amazon and IBM Watson. Chloe also designed enterprise-level digital platforms and services that have benefited users, from visually impaired children to adult financial experts.
Kathy is a Biomedical Engineer who works with very cool medical devices. For the last 8 years Ms. Rutherford has taught robotics for FIRST Lego League, FTC and FRC’s 130 pound robots! Kathy also works with the Greater NY Girl Scouts and has judged FIRST FRC, FTC, World Robot Olympiad, NJ Science Olympiad and Makeblock’s MakeX Spark competitions. Engineering is the coolest profession that no one has ever heard of. Kathy is devoted to showing students how cool tech careers can be!
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